Joe Vocaturo, CEE Lab Supervisor, honored with 2009 President's Achievement Award
Joe Vocaturo was one of five University staff members recognized for their exceptional performance during the annual Service Recognition Luncheon on March 26 in Jadwin Gymnasium.
Joe has worked in the department since 1999. In addition to planning, teaching and troubleshooting undergraduate labs, Joe has been involved with two major exhibitions at the Princeton University Art Museum: “The Art of Structural Design: A Swiss Legacy” and “Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist.” As Mike Celia stated in Joe’s nomination letter, “He is firmly committed to our students, providing guidance, coordination, input and just good, old-fashioned hard work in our teaching labs. And, through his meticulous work on the Candela and ‘Swiss Legacy’ models, Joe has become a wonderful ambassador for the department and the University.” Maria Garlock, added, “Without Joe’s creativity and innovation for designing teaching labs and building models, our labs and exhibitions would not be as successful as they are.”
Congratulations, Joe, and thanks for all of your hard work!